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  • When Aly Raisman fell off the uneven bars, she knew her chance to make it to the world championship all-around final had suddenly dimmed.
    The oldest member of the U.S. women’s team is well aware of the rule limiting each country to two spots in the final. With two-time champion Simone Biles’ berth nearly a given, that left it to Raisman and reigning Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas to sort it out.
    Halfway through four rotations Saturday, the good friends were practically tied.
    “I cannot even explain it. It’s the worst feeling in the world,” Raisman said.
    Read the rest of this article at The Spokesman-Review.

    Sport: It's A Female Thing!


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